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A Serbian court has ordered Tsvetan Vasilev, majority owner of Bulgaria’s troubled Corpbank (KTB), to report to police every day while awaiting a decision on his potential extradition.
Fresh threats have been levelled against Tsvetan Vasilev, majority owner of Bulgaria’s troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), his lawyer Konstantin Simeonov said on Wednesday.
Two million Bulgarians are exposed to dangerously loud noise day and night in the big cities.
The Ministry of Environment has warned of expected rise of river water levels mainly in western and central Bulgaria on Wednesday.
Tsvetan Vasilev, majority shareholder of Bulgaria’s troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank or KTB) has sought contact with police in Serbia’s capital Belgrade.
The refugee children who were denied admittance to the school in the western village of Kalishte will be referred to a school in the town of Zemen or in Sofia, according to caretaker Education Minister Rumyana Kolarova.
A total of 400 doctors have left Bulgaria to work abroad since the beginning of 2014, according to Dimitar Lenkov from the Bulgarian Medical Association.
Code orange weather warning over heavy rains has been issued for six Bulgarian districts for September 16, including Montana, Vratsa, Plovdiv, Smolyan, Pazardzhik and Sofia district.
There are more than 200 Bulgarian schools abroad and their number, as well as the number of their students is increasing, chair of the Association of Bulgarian Schools Abroad Dr.
Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova has ordered constant monitoring of rivers, dams and critical sections due to the potentially dangerous weather conditions and heavy rains.
Residents of the western Bulgarian village of Kovachevtsi have issued a declaration demanding that the immigrants accommodated at the National Children Ecological Complex leave by October 30.
Parents of pupils from the Kovatchevtsi municipality have staged a protest in front of a school, opposing plans to allow 12 refugee children to attend classes.
Code orange weather alert has been issued for four districts in northwestern Bulgaria for September 15 due to torrential rains.
Some 64,000 Bulgarian children will go to school for the first time on Monday, September 15.
Bulgaria's Patriotic bloc has staged a protest against the Central Election Commission over the large number of polling stations in Turkey, Sunday.
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